Feb
19
Tue
Introduction to Marine Animals
Feb 19 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm

The Biomes Marine Biology Center will present an Introduction to Marine Animals. The program  will give children a close up look at some marine animals such as a Sea Star, Horse Shoe Crab  and Spider Crab This will be an interactive presentation that will show the animals and talk about how they move and eat. The program will end with a puffer fish  demonstration.

This program is appropriate for children 3&1/2 &up with an adult caregiver.  Tickets  will be available at the Children’s desk one week prior to the show.(Tuesday 2/12/19) Space is limited. You may call the Children’s room at 769-9044 Ext. 2.

Feb
21
Thu
Dog Man: The Book Discussion
Feb 21 @ 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm

Thursday February 21st 1:30-2:30
During School Vacation Week

If you have read Dog Man and are in grades 3-5 join us for a fun filled book discussion. We will play games like“Who Am I” and Pictionary after discussing our favorite characters and situations. Juice boxes and snacks provided.

Registration begins February 11th by calling 769-9044 x2

Feb
23
Sat
No Renaissance V Brass Quintet
Feb 23 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm

Rescheduled to Saturday, March 23rd at 2pm.

Mar
30
Sat
Drop in craft
Mar 30 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Money Smart week drop in craft
Saturday, March 301:00 – 3:00pm
Description:Children ages 3- 10 years with an adult caregiver are invited to the Children’s craft table anytime between 1-3pm to make a piggy bank out of a toilet paper tube  to take home.
Apr
6
Sat
An Afternoon with Stephen Foster and Mark Twain
Apr 6 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm

An Afternoon with Stephen Foster and Mark Twain
2-3 pm, A Family Fun Performance for All Ages by Mary King and Ed Sweeney

Musicians Ed Sweeney and Mary King use the power of music and words to transport audiences back in time to experience the beautiful melodies of Stephen Foster and the hilarious quips of Mark Twain in an Americana program that will delight and entertain all ages.

Ed Sweeney, performing on an array of guitars and banjos, honors people and their history by presenting music that entertains as well as educates. Ed has performed worldwide and his music has been used by both American filmmaker Ken Burns and Disneyland in Paris.

Playing alongside Ed on fiddle, mountain dulcimer, and Celtic Harp is the multi-talented and beloved Mary King. You’ll remember Mary from the crowd-pleasing  ‘Celebrating Ireland in Story and Song’ library concerts. Mary captives audiences throughout New England with her musical abilities, warm sense of humor and lively concerts!